Healthcare Facilities Pest Control
Serving Louisiana & Mississippi
Whether you run a dental practice, physician’s office, or any other health care facility, you simply cannot afford to have a pest problem. Disease and bacteria carrying pests can result in a potential health risk to your patients. The conditions created by pests can lead to serious consequences for your patients and your facility.
Hospitals are susceptible to pests commonly found in houses and businesses. Ants, fire ants, bedbugs, cockroaches, ticks, fleas, mice, mosquitoes, rats and spiders, among others, can all slip into buildings as people and deliveries come in and out. Pests can gain access in backpacks, boxes, delivery vehicles, and on people and their belongings. Pests can transmit a host of diseases to humans and animals, with effects ranging from minor discomfort to death. Fischer has been serving the specialized health care and ancillary medical industry since 1957, and understands the serious implications of a pest infestation within a healthcare facility or clinic.
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Healthcare Facility Pest Prevention Program
- Thorough inspection and treatment by specially trained and AIB certified Fischer professionals who understand the needs of the healthcare industry.
- Scheduling service, including after hours and weekends, for maximum discretion and convenience.
- Products and methods proven to be effective in the control of pests.
- Documentation and support for health inspectors and other government officials.
- Commodity fumigation services.
- Training programs for your employees.
- A complete satisfaction guarantee.
How To Choose the Right Healthcare Pest Management Company
Pest management plays a major role in allowing us to live healthier, more prosperous and comfortable lives. To ensure proper pest management always deal with a qualified and licensed pest management company that is a member of national, state or local pest management associations. Membership in the national, and state or local pest control associations is a good indicator that the company has access to modern technical information and is committed to further education.
Reach a complete understanding with the company before work starts: find out what the pest is, how the problem will be treated, how long the period of treatment will be, and what results can be expected. Effective treatment depends on correctly identifying the pest species and developing a treatment that takes the pest’s biology and habits into account.
In between professional pest control visits, employees can take a variety of steps to reduce the likelihood of infestation and ensure proper pest management. They should remain vigilant in assessing their environment. Encouraging employees to wipe down exposed areas, secure trash lids, maintain a clean floor space, and keep windows and doors fastened. Employees can also track pest sightings in a pest sighting log – recording the type of pest, location, and behavior. This will help a pest management professional when they come in to evaluate the facility.
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Healthcare Facilities Pest Control In Louisiana & Mississippi
Serving all of SE Louisiana and Mississippi